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Complex Scrapebox Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by adstractor, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. adstractor

    adstractor Regular Member

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    Assuming you got 300 High PR Auto blogs and 100 Domains, how do you get SB to rotate, NOT RANDOM, post.

    So each Domain gets posted on the 300 Blogs.

    Easy to do with 1 domain ... but 100 ?
     
  2. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    i assume that the function is random so you cant by simply using SB. Maybe the developer could help here.
     
  3. adstractor

    adstractor Regular Member

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    Yes - The problem is SB selects Websites/Domains to post to at random.

    No good if you want to do all 100 without duplicate posts
     
  4. tbrad

    tbrad Registered Member

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    You could copy and paste the URLS a bunch of times into a new notepad file, then run it in SB poster,if it selects the domains at random, you will get a good spread, you will get some duping but as long as comment is spinnable, not gonna hurt you.

    Im not so sure it does select the domains at random though, i think it may cycle through in order, in which case the only way would be to do a seperate blast for each one.

    Do a test and let us know your results!
     
  5. softtouch2009

    softtouch2009 Senior Member

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    ScrapeBox select name, email and website randomly. Name/website is still affected by the link lock.
    What you want it to do? Getting the website in sequence?
     
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    altschule Regular Member

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    I'm sure that if you spammed 100 comments to a blog at once, it would be noticed.
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
  7. softtouch2009

    softtouch2009 Senior Member

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    SB does not select the target blog randomly, thats in sequence of course, so that wont happen...
     
  8. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    What you say makes pretty much no sense. Its the ratio that counts not tha actual amount. For example its exactly the same to have a txt with

    url1,url2,url3
    and the same to have
    50xurl1,50url2,50url3

    If its random, its random. You could have all url1 thats why its called random.
     
  9. tbrad

    tbrad Registered Member

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    SB selects domains randomly, so its a moot point anyway, but if it had selected them in sequence it would work perfectly.

    Also the the law of averages dictates that you wouldn't get all url1 with the random selection.
     
  10. bakxos

    bakxos Regular Member

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    I wont comment on the law of averages and anything related to be honest. But i will tell you that basic statistics say:

    Example ===RANDOM
    3 URLS!

    you have 10 times url1 (in the past)
    What are the chances that the next url will be url1 ? 33.33%
    What are the chances for url 1 to come 11 consencutive times?Thats another thing. its 0.3^10

    Anyway, not a maths forum:p
     
  11. tbrad

    tbrad Registered Member

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    I'm really not sure what point you are trying to make here.
    I think you might have misunderstood the method i suggested or just trying to find a reason to disagree for the sake of disagreeing.

    I never said it would produce perfect results, i said it would get a "good spread".

    It selects from the websites list randomly, but posts to the URLs list in sequence, so if you times the websites by urls, to produce a URLs list that has as many dupes as you have domains in your websites list,
    YOU WILL GET A GOOD AUTOMATED SPREAD OF DOMAINS ON BLOGS when you run the poster.

    Its not 100%, for it to be 100% would require SB to select the websites list in sequence, which it doesnt.

    Hope that clears things up.
     
    Last edited: Oct 27, 2010